The Republican presidential candidates will debate in
McCain, Guiliani, and Romney will surely reiterate their support for the current sanctions.
If they get into a detailed discussion, it will be interesting to see how they present that position. It is one thing to support the embargo as a statement of moral repugnance. It’s quite another to argue that it has practical impact.
At this website, the latest to assemble candidates’ positions on
“First is economic pressure. It’s important for us to maintain our sanctions… The second pillar is to exert diplomatic isolation to make sure that the Castros are recognized as tyrants … The third is to communicate more effectively to the people of
There are arguments for and against all those measures, but to argue that they will bring regime change is outlandish. Cuban Americans know it, too: American sanctions have not prevented
I guess the details don’t matter, nor does it matter to match ends and means, or to discuss the